Shelburne residents filled the Pierson Library community room on Monday evening to welcome the new town manager, Matt Lawless, to his first day on the job.


Jim Westphalen is up on a wintry Saturday morning, driving through Sheldon, Vermont to photograph an old 19th-century cow barn — all that’s left of a once-thriving farmland built along the old…

On any given day of the week, the one-and-a-half-acre Killeen Crossroads Farm located at the bustling corner of Cheesefactory Road and Dorset Street in Shelburne can be seen lined with cars as residents funnel in and out.


The annual count of Chittenden County residents living on the streets or in shelters has increased from last year, reflecting a five-year high as the state’s scarcity of housing options contin…

Boy Scouts, the band, the veterans committee and event organizer Ret. Col. Bud Ockert, George Little and guest speaker Col. Laura Caputo, once again brought together the community for Shelburne’s Memorial Day celebration, held on Monday.

A meet and greet with Matt Lawless will be held in the Pierson Library Community Room on Monday, June 5, from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The Shelburne selectboard endorsed a plan for an $80,000 improvement to the Parade Ground last week — a project that planning coordinator Aaron DeNamur hopes will create a more designated “vil…


The first national observance of Memorial Day occurred on May 30, 1868, originally known as Decoration Day, a holiday proclaimed to honor the Union soldiers who had died in the Civil War.

Construction continues along U.S. 7 (Shelburne Road, Shelburne Street, South Willard Street) to the intersection with U.S. 2 and Alt. U.S. 7 (North/South Winooski Ave, St. Paul Street) to the intersection with Riverside Avenue.

The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department and the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Board are accepting public comment and will hold three public hearings on new proposed regulations for trapping and for hunting coyotes with dogs.

Come celebrate Shelburne’s Arbor Day on Saturday, May 20, at 10 a.m. at Davis Park. Learn about and help plant bare root trees and take home a small tree seedling that you can plant.


As Lee Krohn bid the town of Shelburne goodbye after five years, he called his time as its town manager an “honor” and an “adventure.”

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